D. Chesterfield to Kathleen, London, May 18, [1900]

BCARS
Add MSS 412

May 18th
26, EGERTON GARDENS,
S.W.

Dearest

I was sorry to see yr Cards. & I was not at home. Now how shall we meet. I rarely go out before 11.30 to 12 if you are passing but will you & yr Father come & dine with us on Monday 8.15 or lunch on Tuesday 1/4 to 2 – quietly I know you wd like best. It wd be nice to see you thus. I am so afraid I shall not be able to go yr way today or tomorrow

I do hope you are both better. are you going to see a Dr remember dear my suggestion holds good now!

always yr affecte

D. Chesterfield

If you are at home & like to give the servant the [?] pray do how sweet & kind of you

 

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